<<UML>>2000: Preliminary Call For Participation



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Jean-Michel BRUEL (Jean-Michel.Bruel@univ-pau.fr)
Mon, 19 Jun 2000 16:56:46 +0200


[apologies if you receive multiple copies of this announcement] ================================================================= Call for Participation <<UML>>2000 Third International Conference on the Unified Modeling Language "Advancing the Standard" October 2-6, 2000 Royal York Hotel York, UK http://www.cs.york.ac.uk/uml2000 The Unified Modeling Language (UML) has rapidly become the "lingua-franca" of the software design community, both in industry and academia. The <<UML>> series of conferences has grown to be the premier venue for exchange of innovative technical ideas and experiences relating to UML. The conference includes, among its active participants, the originators of UML and other key individuals involved in the definition and evolution of the standard. <<UML>>2000 takes place just as work on the next version of UML (2.0) begins and will have a strong bearing on the standard. Highlights of the programme include: - Invited talks from Steve Cook, Ivar Jacobsen and Cris Kobryn - A quality technical programme of tutorials, workshops, papers and panels, covering the development and application of UML and its possible supercedants. Topics include: - design of concurrent, distributed and real-time applications - modeling web applications; modeling human-computer interaction - executable UML; modeling vs. extreme programming; advanced tools - component-based and product line engineering - rearchitecting and improving UML; formal semantics; UML 2.0 Venue: The City of York is world famous for its historic buildings and tourist attractions. It is located at the heart of Yorkshire, one of the most scenic counties of England. York is easily accessed by train, bus and car. There is a direct train from Manchester Airport every hour, and frequent high-speed connections to London and the North. The Royal York Hotel is a luxury Victorian 4* hotel in the centre of the city, with its own fitness centre and indoor swimming pool. The conference will be held in a brand new conference centre adjoining the hotel. The conference banquet will be held amongst the exhibits in the world-renowned National Railway Museum, which traces the history of the age of steam and houses some of the most famous locomotives of that era. Exhibits include Stephenson's Rocket and the record-breaking Mallard. The railway museum is a few minutes walk from the hotel. Registration: Register early to take full advantage of discounts. Additional discounts are available to IEEE and ACM members. For further details visit http://www.cs.york.ac.uk/uml2000 or contact: Stuart Kent E-mail : s.j.h.kent@ukc.ac.uk Computing Laboratory Tel : ++44 (0) 1227 827753 The University, Canterbury, Kent, UK Fax : ++44 (0) 1227 762811 Andy Evans E-mail : andye@cs.york.ac.uk Department of Computer Science Tel : +44 (0)1904 434751 University of York, York, UK Fax : +44 (0)1904 432767# Committee Members: General Chair: Bran Selic, Canada Conference Chair: Stuart Kent, UK Programme Chair: Andy Evans, UK Publicity Chairs: Jean-Michel Bruel, France and Robert France, US Tutorial Chair: Stephen J. Mellor, US Workshop Chair: Jaelson Castro, Brazil Local Organisation: Tony Clark, UK Steering Committee: Jean Bezivin, France Steve Cook, UK Robert France, US Pierre-Alain Muller, France Bernard Rumpe, Germany Programme Committee: Colin Atkinson (Germany), Jean Bezivin (France), Grady Booch (US), Alan Brown (US), Jean-Michel Bruel (France), David Bustard (UK), Jaelson Castro (Brazil), Derek Coleman (UK), Betty Cheng (US), Steve Cook (UK), Cris Kobryn (US), John Daniels (UK), Eduardo. B. Fernadez (US), Robert France (US), Martin Gogolla (Germany), Brian Henderson-Sellers (Aus), Heinrich Hussman (Germany), Pavel Hruby (Denmark), Peter Hrushchka, Jean-Marc Jezequel (France), Haim Kilov (US), Craig Larman (US), Peter Linnington (UK), Ian Maung (US), Niall Ross (UK), Stephen Mellor (US), Ana Moreira (Portugal), Pierre-Alain Muller (France), John Mylopoulos (US), Gunner Overgaard (Sweden), Niall Ross (UK), James Rumbaugh (US), Bernard Rumpe (US), Andy Schuerr (Germany), Keng Siau (US), Ed Seidewitz (US), Desmond D'Souza (US), Perdita Stevens (UK), Jos Warmer (Netherlands), Anthony Wasserman (US), Alan Cameron Wills (UK). IEEE-CS sponsorship and ACM-SIGSOFT cooperation pending.


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